Nev. Admin. Code § 293.313 - Absent ballot sent by approved electronic transmission: Recording of absent ballot and maintenance of original ballot card

Current through August 4, 2021

If a county clerk or the authorized representative of a county clerk sends an absent ballot by approved electronic transmission, the county clerk or the county clerk's authorized representative shall:

1. Cause a unique identification number to be included on the absent ballot.
2. Record in the absent ballot record:
(a) The name of each voter who requested an absent ballot by approved electronic transmission, the voter's precinct or district, the voter's political affiliation, if any, and the unique identification number of the absent ballot.
(b) The method of approved electronic transmission used by the county clerk or the county clerk's authorized representative to send the absent ballot, including, without limitation, the destination of the absent ballot, such as the facsimile transmission number or electronic mailing address, as applicable, to which the county clerk or the county clerk's authorized representative sent the absent ballot.
(c) The date and time that the county clerk or the county clerk's authorized representative sent the absent ballot to the voter by approved electronic transmission.
(d) The initials of the person who sent the absent ballot to the voter.
3. Maintain the original ballot card in a secured area where access is allowed only with the approval of the county clerk.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 293.313
Added to NAC by Sec'y of State by R092-09, eff. 10-27-2009

NRS 293.124, 293.247, 293.250

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